Holiday Inn Express Vancouver Airport
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It's been a very long time since we've had to wait for this vacation since we returned from Tennessee but our departure date has finally arrived. We've decided that with our early a.m. flight on Friday to Los Angeles we would drive into the city with Tom & Jamie and stay at the Holiday Inn in Richmond because they will keep our car for a week …
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... came over the speaker that our Aircraft had a Bird Strike and the engineers were examining it. The girl sitting next to me looked it up on the computer and it said flight delayed, now E.T.D. was 1000 Friday morning, then 10 mins later the message came over the speaker, 1000 Friday departure. This is the first time in all our overseas travels that we have ever had a flight delayed and been put I ...
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